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DarkEric
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Access to calendar event sensitivity

the sensitivity for a calendar event seems not exposed

 

On subject i wanna change sensitivity for an appointement from public to private

 

rgds

Eric

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

Hi Eric,

 

Do you mean Office 365 Outlook Calendar?
Do you want to set “Private” when you configuring the flow?
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I found that there is no available field can be used to set the event to be private or not. I guess that this should be a new addition, please consider to add a new feature request at Flow ideas forum at here:
https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/idb-p/FlowIdeas

 

I will also collect and report this feature request on my side. Thanks for your understanding.

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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DarkEric
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Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

Mabel,

 

Thanks for your reply.

 

Yes, i mean outlook calendar appointement.

Let say the flow will update the received appointement depending on the sender and set it as private if sender is my wife for example.

 

I will add it to the "ideas" 🙂

 

Rgds

Eric

 

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

Hi Eric,

 

Thanks for your prompt response.


After you submitted the idea, I will also suggest other customers who have the same request to vote your idea. And I have already collected and reported this request on my side.


Thanks again for your understanding.

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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akamrat
Level: Power Up

Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

Has this been implemented yet? This is vital for anyone that keeps a work calendar and personal calendar on separate platforms. I don't want people at work to be able to see my personal appointments from my google calendar, but I want the time blocked out as busy so that people could set up meetings with me and know when I am available.
DarkEric
Level: Powered On

Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

akamrat,

 

Unfortunately, seems that the field is still not reachable in the flow process 😞

 

Rgds

Eric

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Anonymous
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Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

Hopefully this will be added soon.

I'd like to keep my private events well..... private.

dunxd
Level: Power Up

Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

Me also. This has to be the most common reason people would use this flow.
LDubs
Level: Power Up

Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

has there been any update to this?  I also would like to do this, rather than having to open each calendar entry in Outlook, change the sensitivity to private, save and close, rinse and repeat... especially since it doesn't carry over to recurring appts and I have to change every.single.one.

larserhardsen
Level: Power Up

Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

This is really needed!

In a GSuite/O365 organization, we can't have appointments marked as private in O365 show up as not-private in GSuite. 

 

-Lars

dbaxiell
Level: Power Up

Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

Agree! This is a wanted feature! 🙂

Super User
Super User

Re: Access to calendar event sensitivity

Hey @Tdarke 

 

Could you share the link of the idea here so everyone that wants to upvote this feature find the idea quicker.

 

Thanks in advance

 

Kind regards

 

Tom





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